Boeing 777-300ER SWISS on European flights
In the winter season 2017-2018, SWISS will operate several European Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. There will be 2-3 weekly flights on 3 routes.
From December 4, SWISS (Swiss International Air Lines) will operate several weekly Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. We know that such aircraft are used for long-haul flights, but also for very high-demand flights.
European flights operated by Boeing 777-300ER
Zurich - Geneva / December 4, 2017 - March 23, 2018 / LX2802 / LX2807 - Monday, Tuesday, Friday
Zurich - Hanover / December 4, 2017 - March 22, 2018 / LX816 / LX817 - Monday, Thursday
Zurich - Vienna / December 4, 2017 - March 22, 2018 / LX1582 / LX1853 - Monday, Thursday
Swiss International Air Lines has 8 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, successfully replacing older Airbus A340-300 aircraft. They are configured in 3 classes: 8 first class seats, 62 business class seats and 270 economy class seats.
The first Boeing 777-300ER (HB-JNA) SWISS was received on 29 January 2017. 3 Boeing 777-300ER, registered HB-JNC, was part of an air-to-air presentation, over the Swiss Alps. Or you may want one 360 degrees presentation.
There were less pleasant times when Boeing 777-300ER (HB-JND) SWISS landed in Iqaluit, Canada. There were problems with the left engine, which led to its change.
For those who are passionate about flights and airplanes, we think it is a good opportunity to fly with Boeing 777-300ER SWISS on one of the European flights!